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Ladislav Mecir, the Czech Bitcoin guy, blogged about.... 
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....and he deals with Peter "Smallbones" Ekman, bastard extraordinaire, who wants all that scammy Bitcoin "goodness" for himself. Also Jytdog is fuckin' involved, because why not?


http://wikipedia-sucks-badly.blogspot.c ... about.html

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Sun Jul 08, 2018 10:10 am
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My post on Jon Schillaci has gotten 11,202 views since I published it in late November, 2015.

It is the most popular post on the blog.

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Strelnikov wrote:
My post on Jon Schillaci has gotten 11,202 views since I published it in late November, 2015.

The 2008 Fox News report of his arrest:
http://www.foxnews.com/story/2008/07/15 ... -bars.html

I've heard a rumor that the state prison in New Hampshire has him in "segregated facilities", because they stuck him in gen-pop at first and he was severely beaten many times. Knowing how the "law" works in the United States, most likely the guards took extra pains to tell the other inmates about Schillaci's history.

And thanks for the story about Mecir. It's very likely IMO that he will be permabanned sometime soon, no matter what good content he's written; because he makes Jytdog and Smallbones look pathetic (which they always are anyway). Humiliation and abuse, The Star-Spangled American Way!


Mon Jul 09, 2018 6:41 pm
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And what an FT-101B looks like in action:


An FT-101EX:


There was the "S" subseries for the Japanese market which was deliberately under-powered because Japan has a ham radio system where there are club-trained and licensed operators and if you want real output power you have to take a government test. The FT-101S, BS, ES rigs could only do 10 watts AM, 20 watts CW (Morse), 20 watts SSB because they had only one output final tube and a chunky resistor to cut down even that power. There were upgrade kits to put in that other 6JSC6C tube. These "Japan special" radios are rarely seen outside of Japan.


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